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All the Incredible Things We Learned From Our First Trip to a Comet

The historic Rosetta mission has finally come to an end . Over the past two years, the probe’s many instruments have scanned virtually every nook and cranny of this weirdly shaped rock, unleashing a treasure trove of new information about comets in general, and 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko in particular. Read more...
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